You reach into the cupboard to eat a health bar and the flavor possibilities are endless. Cardboard Crunch, Gravel ‘n’ Dirt, and Chewy Sludge. That’s when you know it’s time to switch to PROBAR. Art Eggertsen, the founder of PROBAR, says his goal is to “make healthy food taste good.” Marty Taplett found this to be true when she tasted PROBAR expecting it to be like other health bars and found a pleasant surprise.
My nephew Ian is a friend of Art’s and is a great supporter of the PROBAR. Matter of fact Ian turned me to the PROBAR. I am not a great proponent of health bars, they usually taste like cardboard. So when Ian first talked to me about the PROBAR I was very hesitant about trying them. He talked to me into it and I am so very happy he did.
I tried the New Pistacchio bar - it is not my favorite but it was good. Since then I have found five flavors that I love and I have for breakfast daily. I’m only sorry they are so expensive here on the East Coast. I was recently in SLC and found that they are a lot less expensive out West.
Today, I ordered on-line several cases for two reasons: first, to get the flavors that I like (the stores here don’t always have the flavors I like); second, to get a better cost per unit than what the Probar is sold for in the stores out here. I really enjoy the PROBAR and I hope you continue to develop new and interesting flavors. And I hope you are able to expand your distribution to locations other than Whole Foods.
Art, keep up the good work and thank you for developing such a tasting, healthy food source.
Each customer whose “Your PROBAR Story”is published here on the blog will receive a Seventh Heaven Pack which is one PROBAR of each of the original flavors. We love to hear from our customers about their PROBAR story so if you’ve got one share it with us.